Posada del Puruay

Address: Carretera a Porcón Km 4.5, Cajamarca, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carretera a Porcón Km 4.5, Cajamarca.
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        Travel Blogs from Cajamarca

        Day 275: Corongo, Peru

        A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 11, 2015

        13 photos

        ... they are absolutely not accustomed to) with one of their children; it is clear that neither of them want this. At the end of Pedro's story, all he could do was shrug his shoulders and say, "Que vamos a hacer? (What are we going to do?)." He sounded defeated. I feel terrible because they are both completely with it mentally and I can tell this prospect scares them, and it is right around the corner. All things considered, they still seem relatively happy, at least. I wish them ...

        Day 274: Corongo, Peru

        A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 10, 2015

        20 photos

        ... which definitely helps, and then crawled into bed for an hour to rest, who got me feeling pretty much normal. Weston went out and bought some (pretty bland) cheese that I ate with some apple and bread and that filled me up enough so I was finally feeling better. We talked with Heladia and Pedro a bunch, and then West, Luis, and I took a walk into the plaza to just hang out and talk some more. When we got back, we just talked some more and then ...

        Day 272: Pallasca and Estación Chuquicara, Peru

        A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 08, 2015

        59 photos

        ... old mud house gracing the mountain sides. We swerved along the road with the giant river while we watched "gold washers" panning for gold in the river. There was also a giant carbon mine that we passed. I talked to a man on the bus about this stuff who said all of these items will be exported to other countries. Wild. I've never seen anything close to this type of scenery and it completely blew my mind. Unfortunately, my phone died just as we got to the really impressive ...

        Day 271: Mollepata and el rio, Peru

        A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 07, 2015

        15 photos

        ... road, turned off, and cleared an area to pitch my tent instead. Once the tent was up, we shared the food we bought by the river. The mystery fish turned out to be sardines. I couldn't tasted anything but the salt die to my cold and I like sardines anyway so it was all good. Then, I played song after song after song until my cold wouldn't allow my throat to sing anymore. After that, we went to sleep to the soothing sounds of the river, just 20 feet away from the ...

        Day 269: Cajamarca, Cajabamba, y Huamachuco, Peru

        A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 05, 2015

        13 photos

        ... I had a very bad feelings since we wouldn't be able to make a fire and it was cold and rainy but we were committed. The taxi dropped us at the top of a mountain after a half hour dirt road ride and took off quickly. It was cold, rainy, and I was beginning to panic. Wes said he saw a roof somewhere so we wandered up and found ourselves standing in the middle of some crazy ruins. Right next to the ruins was a small adobe and wood tool shack that we used as cover from the weather. We ...